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Lighthouse powers a Lightyear

Does light at the end of the tunnel necessarily mean that there is darkness at the beginning? ...
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Living in Sweden made me a lazy feminist

Sweden obtains the reputation to be on the forefront of eliminating a societal gender bias. ...
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Let It Go

Columnist Katherina Riesner reminisces about show business’ obsession with stories told and why we keep falling for them. ...
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Comfort and joy

Paula Dubbink has decided that store-bought pepparkakor will more than do. ...
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Mentors and Practitioners

For a student’s future the role of either a mentor or practitioner is more pivotal than can be imagined. ...
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Dance the fear away

Fear is a powerful feeling and can function as an intrinsic barrier to certain actions. ...
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The 24-hour news cycle

In light of the recent, tragic events in Paris, columnist Katherina Riesner questions how people consume media and what this means for public discourse. ...
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Into the Northern Lights

Thoughts are those sparks which direct us to great ideas, says columnist Saahil Waslekar ...
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This column on procrastination is like ten days overdue


Columnist Paula Dubbink know a thing or two about the concept of procrastination. ...
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Standing around in Sweden

Living in Sweden has many beautiful sides to it. On first glance standing in line isn’t one of them. ...
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